Correspondence writings, financial records, personal documents, and photographs, relating to the Russian community in Japan.
Includes papers of other Russians resident in Japan.
Valentine Fedorovich Morozoff was a Russian émigré in Japan and president of the Russian Emigrants Society in Kobe, Japan.
His important contribution to the Russian refugee colony was to clarify their legal status in Japan as stateless citizens
under Japanese protection. Morozoff was also a successful businessmen, who became famous promoting chocolates, candies, and
other Western style confection as part of Japan's new urban culture in the 1950s.
3 manuscript boxes, 2 oversize box
(3.5 linear feet)
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